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New Product Helps Users Understand Their Cannabis Tolerance

Published: Oct 24, 2018   

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DNALabs, a leader in genetic testing solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its latest product: TestMyTolerance, an easy-to-understand genetic test that will provide useful information about your body's response to cannabis.

TestMyTolerance is designed to coincide with the Canadian Parliament's recently approved Cannabis Act. This new legislation creates a strict legal framework for controlling the production, distribution, sale, and possession of cannabis across Canada. 

With a simple cheek swab, TestMyTolerance helps users understand how they may react to the active components of cannabis. The new product provides insights about your body's ability to metabolize cannabis, answering questions like: "What does your DNA say about your sensitivity to THC and CBD?" and "What is your risk for cannabis-induced psychosis?"  

"Now is the time for everyone to know more about themselves, especially as it relates to the current or future use of cannabis products," said Dr. Aaron Goldman, Chief Science Officer at DNALabs. "TestMyTolerance is a differentiator in the marketplace today. It addresses the numerous concerns many in Canada have, that we simply need more scientific information about how our bodies will react to the use of cannabis."

This article has been republished from materials provided by DNALabs. Note: material may have been edited for length and content. For further information, please contact the cited source.


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